Academic Scholarships Program
The UAE Insurance Authority (IA) operates
under a cohesive strategy to encourage and motivate Emiratization. The IA’s
ratified Emiratization Plan offers scholarships for Emirati students in a
number of leading educational institutions accredited within and outside the UAE.
The Scholarships Program includes:
Program” - To obtain the required majors:
Bachelor of Finance
Bachelor of Accountancy
Benefits and Remunerations:
The IA shall grant the students
enrolled in “Massar Program” the following benefits:
A monthly allocation of AED (4000) for student learning
under the Program thru the whole period of study.
The fees and costs charged by the study-institution, where
the study takes place, shall be fully borne by the agency sending the student
The agency sending the student to study may, after due approval by the Cabinet,
exempt the student, who was unable to obtain the target academic Bachelor
within the prescribed period, from refunding all or some of the educational
expenses he received - if the reasons for his inability were beyond his
enrolling in the “Massar Program” are required to:
good conduct and behavior.
a high school diploma or its equivalent with a total percentage not less
than 75% (seventy-five percent), or a cumulative average of (3), at least.
a not-more-than 3-year old high school diploma or its equivalent.
the acceptance of a recognized UAE accredited academy to apply for
studying at a bachelor's academic level.
the enrollment and admission tests set by the agency sending them to study
be on payroll of any employer or to have received more than one
they have not been dismissed from any educational institution based on
disciplinary causes, or due to irregular attendance without an adequate
they have not been dismissed from any governmental body for disciplinary
The required documents:
A copy of Passport.
A copy of Family Book.
A copy of ID card.
Two (2) personal photographs.
Certificate of Good Conduct &
A copy of the GPA if the applicant
is under-graduate in the last year or a penultimate year.
A certified copy of high school
certificate for class (10, 11, 12) illustrated by the percentage of success, if
the applicant is a high school graduate.
In order to apply for the Scholarship, you must
complete the form of “Massar Program”, or via e-mail by sending a scanned copy
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